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Alpena woman has ‘sweet’ business

January 11, 2016 ALPENA — Not many self-employed individuals have lasted as long as Alpena resident Jodie Johnson, operator of her snack business called JJ’s Grab and Go snacks. more »»

Drivers can go paperless in providing police proof of insurance

January 11, 2016 LANSING — A paper proof of insurance for Michigan motorists could be going the way of the dodo with new legislation that went into effect Wednesday. Under a new law signed by Go. more »»

Fun and games

January 9, 2016 more »»

Film to make US premiere at festival

January 9, 2016 ALPENA — The United States premiere of the documentary film “Mars” will take place at the Thunder Bay International Film Festival Jan. 30 during the evening session. more »»

Judge: Woman must pay $45K for rights to animals

January 9, 2016 ALPENA — Unless an Lachine woman can come up with $45,000 she is going to lose ownership of about 100 animals that were confiscated in an animal neglect case and being boarded in Alpena County. more »»

Senior center in need of durable health care items for lending closet

January 9, 2016 ALPENA — Call it a victim of its own succes. more »»

Twp working on defining fire chief position

January 9, 2016 ALPENA — Progress is being made toward defining the role a potential fire chief would have for the Alpena Township Fire Department. more »»

Grant being used for robotics equipment

January 9, 2016 LINCOLN — More than $6,000 was spent last six month by the Alcona County 4-H and the Michigan State University Extension to supply the county’s STEM program after a grant was awarded earlier this... more »»

Alcona to heighten building permit fines

January 9, 2016 HARRISVILLE — Stiffer penalties for contractors who begin work on projects without building permits will be enforced starting with the 2016 building season in Alcona County. more »»

Alley causes heated discussion in Onaway

January 9, 2016 ONAWAY — When Onaway city commissioners met for a round table discussion on maintenance-related issues Monday, the discussion briefly grew heated. more »»

It’s not just plowing, paving at the Alpena County Road Commission

January 9, 2016 ALPENA — On most occasions employees of the Alpena County Road Commission are seen plowing snow, spreading salt or conducting road maintenance, but behind the scenes there is a tightly knit team tha... more »»

Dehring new chair of ARMC Business Relations Committee

January 9, 2016 JoAnn Dehring has taken on the role as chair of the Business Relations Committee of Alpena Regional Medical Center’s Development Council. Dehring replaces Barb Wilmot in this position. more »»

US-23 will see spike in new businesses

January 8, 2016 ALPENA — When the new Meijer store opened last spring, it was expected there would be a significant amount of other development along M-32 to follow. more »»

Group seeking public support to change use of oil pipeline

January 8, 2016 HARRISVILLE — The Alcona County Board of Commissioners became one of nearly a dozen local governments in Michigan supporting a resolution that is asking Go. more »»

Allband donates Internet to 3 area churches

January 8, 2016 Three Northeast Michigan churches are connected for free, thanks to donated Internet services from a local broadband provider. more »»

Chippewa Hills, Norway Ridge projects move forward

January 8, 2016 ALPENA — Projects at Chippewa Hills and Norway Ridge pathways will move forward this year, and Thunder Bay Trails Association should have a revised harvest plan before it for review within the next... more »»

ACC monitors retention, programs

January 8, 2016 ALPENA — Alpena Community College has been monitoring its student retention and guided pathways services in an effort to improve student retention. more »»

Alcona County 911 will be forced to change in 2017

January 8, 2016 HARRISVILLE — Alcona County Central Dispatch will have to go to a new call system in 2017, a move that could cost the agency as much as $100,000, 911 Director Jeffery Brackett said. more »»

Hillman radio has great test run

January 8, 2016 HILLMAN — The Hillman Community Radio board discussed underwriting ideas for the station, programming and the budget during its meeting Thursday evening. more »»

Favorite spot

January 7, 2016 more »»



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